Re: CISCO Aironet 350

From: Tony Toole (
Date: 2002-07-04 14:47:32 UTC

Our product has Linux roots, which, along with the GPL is on our manual, but our Wireless drivers are not based on any GPL code, and are developed in-house by yours truly.

This is why I'm more interested in Cisco's cooperation than any existing driver that may be for Linux.

Thank you for your concerns though,
Tony Toole
Valemount Networks Corporation

> Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 08:02:44PM -0700 Tony Toole wrote about Re: CISCO
Aironet 350
> > I'll give Cisco a shout and see what they have for technical
> > We've successfully written Fully-functional Access Points for Prism 2,
> > and Lucent, with support from both Intersil and Agere, and would like to
> > Cisco to our arsenal. We don't use Cisco, but many have requested it.
> > The miniPCI support is nice, and the photos are intriguing.
> >
> > If you are interested in some of our products we handle, feel free to
> > our site.
> The problem with you guys, even though that your products are based on
> Linux, you fail to even mention that and give appropriate credit. This is
> a clause required by GPL and you break it. GPL also requires that you
> clearly specify where to download the source for code based on GPL. That
> it is not done. Very sad.
> Of course, this message in completely off-topic.
> --
> Best Regards
> Vladimir Ivaschenko

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